Osasuna Vs Barcelona – Share All sharing options: Osasuna – Barcelona, La Liga. Final score 2-2, dreadful Barca drop another two points away from home
Osasuna Vs Barcelona
The story of the first half was Barca’s inability to cause any problems for a poor Osasuna side. The home side tried to maintain good form and defend with good intensity but the backs missed but
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, and they scored. Gavi produced a brilliant overhead kick to receive a perfect run from Nico Gonzalez, who found himself alone in the area to open the scoring. Unfortunately for Barca, they conceded just two minutes later and David Garcia headed in a free-kick to make it 1-1.
The last 30 minutes were simply out of reach, with poor passing from Barca’s attacking back and very little threat from Osasuna. The half time whistle finally came and unfortunately there was still 45 minutes left.
Barça started the second half with a goal. after a quick counter-attack, Ousmane Dembele crossed into the area, the ball went through the entire Osasuna defense and fell to Eze Abde, who scored the second.
With 40 minutes to go after Barca’s goal, Osasuna certainly tried to push forward to equalise, but the home side lacked creativity and were mostly attacking in the hope of finding a goal. And they got one. five minutes earlier, Barca failed to clear the ball well after an Osasuna corner and Cimi Avila equalized with Samuel Umtiti’s superb deflection.
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They had very little time to find a winner, lacked creativity or balance in attack and the final whistle gave each team a point. Don’t let the four goals fool you. this was a very poor game between two mid table teams who are not good enough to compete with the top teams in the league. That’s where Barca are positioned based on what they showed in this one.
Osasuna. Herrera; Vidal (Angel 74′), U. Garcia, D. Garcia, Cruz; Moncayola, Torro; Barkha (Avila 68′), R. Garcia (Brasanak 68′), Sanchez (Torres 74′); Kike (Budimir 68′)
Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Araujo, Pique, Umtiti; Nico (Mingeza 73′), Busquets, Gavi; F. De Jong; Dembele (Coutinho 81′), L. De Jong, Ez Abde (Jutgla 90+2′)